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There is nothing pretentious or over-the-top about Union Square Inn, which is why it is probably one of the best cheap hotels in Manhattan. Ideal for extended stays, the hotel is steps away from local stations, New York University, Empire State Building, and the Big Apple's many iconic sites. There are 47 elegantly- appointed rooms among which are studio apartments as well as twin and queen rooms. These are designed with all the latest amenities to make guests feel at home; private kitchenettes, television and free WiFi to mention a few.
Located in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan, this New York hotel is 1.9 km from Union Square. The guest rooms include free WiFi and resemble the cabins of a ship. The historic Jane Hotel provides guest rooms with warm-colored bedding and large mirrors. They are equipped with a flat-screen TV, DVD player, and iPod docking station. All rooms feature a river view, while some rooms offer a terrace. Old Rose is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining, the restaurant’s menu features seasonal Italian fare using local produce, and a small selection of raw seafood and pizza. The beverage menu consists of local craft beers on tap, natural wines, and specialty cocktails. The hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and free bicycles for exploring the city. The subway station is 645 metres from The Jane, and Washington Square Park is 1.8 km from the property.
American Dream Bed and Breakfast is a budget hostel conveniently located near Manhattan, close to major landmarks in the city. It offers clean rooms, free breakfast, WiFi and laundry services that make one's stay all the more comfortable. The set up is owned by a friendly Italian family who cheerfully go to all lengths to welcome the guests and provide information about the city. The rooms are small and cozy, and the facility has dormitories also. The hostel can be rented for as long as a month though advanced reservations are required. There are fixed breakfast hours, so plan your morning accordingly.
This hotel was once the original Life Magazine building. Some of its distinguishing features remain, including the cherub decorated entrance-way. The most exciting reason for staying at this inexpensive hotel is your chance to view the exhibits of framed Life magazine covers through the decades, giving you a glimpse of American culture. Service is good and student discounts are available.
New York can be expensive, and with hotel rates soaring, a stay at The Pod 51 Hotel will allow travelers to ease up on their wallets. Rooms are small but stylish, and come equipped with flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, and free Wi-Fi access. Choose from a variety of "pod" options, including queen, double, single, or bunk. You can also upgrade to a "Double Double," "Townhouse Studio," or "Veranda Pod." Note that single and bunk rooms do not have private baths.
Opened in 1962 and renovated in 1996, the Hampton Inn Manhattan-Times Square North is ideally situated for the show crowd, as it sits on the edge of the Theater District. It is also close to Rockefeller Center, the Museum of Modern Art and Carnegie Hall, with the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, Pennysylvania Station, the United Nations, Javits Convention Center and the fine Fifth Avenue shopping not far away.
This hostel is located in a landmark building in the heart of Manhattan. It is one of the largest hostels in the United States. The rooms are simple but clean and the staff is friendly. A few private rooms are available, but the majority of accommodations are dormitory style, with rooms for four to 12 persons.